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SEEK AND FIND OP SHOP
The Seek and Find Op Shop offers a wonderful
selection of clothing for women, men and children,
as well as toys, shoes, handbags, music, CDs,
DVDs, plants and knick-knacks. Any donations of
clothing or other items are always welcome. Free
lunch is provided on Thursdays from 12.30pm.
Open Monday to Thursday, 9.30am-1.30pm.
Baptist Church, Jenke Circuit, Kambah.
Ph: 0406 201 371.
MIDWINTER ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW
The Yarralumla Arts and Crafts Show is a great way
to spend an hour or two on a cold Canberra winter's
day. There will be lots to see and buy, fine music to
listen to and tasty refreshments available daily. The
show supports local craft workers and artisans,
and funds raised help support community causes.
Open Friday, July 26, 10am-8pm, Saturday July 27,
10am-5pm and Sunday, July 28, noon-5pm.
Yarralumla Uniting Church Centre, Denman Street,
Yarralumla. Ph: 6281 3396 or
EDELWEISS AND BLUEBELLS VARIETY
Please join Arthritis ACT and Austrian Choir
Canberra as they present beloved Austrian and
English language songs featuring the magnificent
voice of international artist Louise Page. Cost $25,
free entry for children under 18. Sunday, June 28.
2pm. Albert Hall, Commonwealth Avenue,
Yarralumla. Ph: 6288 4244 or
WINTER SOLSTICE BUSH DANCE
The Monaro Folk Society invites you to enjoy an
evening of bush dancing with the lively Scottish
music of Canberra band, Strathmannan and dance
calling by Norm Ellis. This month's theme is Winter
Solstice Celebration, so feel free to come as a
snowman, Snow Queen, or just dress in a wintry
colour palette. All are welcome, no partners or
dance experience needed. Cost $18, concession
and group $16. Saturday, June 27. 8pm-11.30pm.
Canberra Baptist Church, 11 Currie Street,
Kingston. See: mfs.org.au.
CHARITY GARAGE SALE
Browse through a huge range of items for all ages
at the next Charity Garage Sale. Plenty of new
bargains every month including baby/kids clothes,
adult clothing, books, DVDs, kitchenware, bric-a-
brac, nursery items and more. All proceeds are
used to fund projects that support sustainable
development in poor communities. Saturday, 8am-
1pm. 5 O'Grady Place, Wanniassa.
Ph: 0404 182 494.
NATIONAL YOUTH MENTORING
Scott Morrison MP will be joining international and
national leaders in the youth mentoring sector to
discuss the future of Australia's young people. This
two-day event will cover topics from engaging
corporate mentors; how to evaluate the success of
your program; effectively advocating for your cause
and organisation; and much more. Monday, June
29, and Tuesday, June 30. Rex Hotel, 150
Northbourne Ave, Braddon. For more information
Belconnen Arts Centre, in creative cahoots with the
Scullin Cultural Precinct and the WxNW (West by
North West) Neighborhood Network, is calling for
artists to participate in a community exhibition,
Hidden Treasures. Drawing on the idea of unsung
personal and neighbourhood treasures, tangible or
intangible, recently uncovered at Scullin Party at
the Shops. Applications are due by Monday, August
3. For inquiries ph: 6273 3304.
Ainslie Toastmasters is a public speaking and
presentation skills workshop on aspects of
effective communication. Tuesday, June 23,
5.30pm-7pm. Ainslie Football Club, Wakefield
Avenue, Ainslie. Phone: 0415 261 310.
MID WINTER MARKET
The Mid Winter Market at Belconnen Arts Centre is
the perfect way to spend the chilliest winter
solstice weekend. Discover the unique wares of
stall holders and artists from our region presenting
their artwork and products, created with a mind for
sustainability and environmental care. Saturday,
noon-5pm. Belconnen Arts Centre, 118 Emu Bank,
Belconnen, ACT. Ph: 6173 3300.
WINTER WARMING LUNCH
The Canberra Branch of the Country Women's
Association is holding a Winter Warming Lunch
which will comprise of a choice of three soups with
crusty bread, slices and a cup of tea or coffee. Cost
is $12. Noon-2pm, Friday, July 3. 8 Barry Drive,
Canberra. For inquiries
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